All-Valley girls soccer awards

Player of the Year
Kaiyltn Mendoza, Ontario Christian, F, Sr.

Coach of the Year
Jeff Allen, Ayala

F — Makenzy Doniak, Ayala, So.
The first team All-CIF forward was the Sierra League offensive MVP after scoring 19 goals and collecting eight assists for the league champs and CIF Division 2 quarterfinalists.

F — Jamia Fields, Los Osos, Jr.
Fields earned Baseline League co-MVP honors by contributing 12 goals and six assists to the league champs despite two other double-digit goal scorers on her own team.

F — Vanessa Machado, Montclair, Jr.
The two-time first-team All-Mt. Baldy League selection had 18 goals and five assists for the Cavaliers, who went undefeated in the Mt. Baldy League.

M — Brittney Bravo, Summit, So.
The first-team All-Sunkist League sophomore totaled 21 goals and four assists for the SkyHawks, who finished a half-game out of first place in league.

M — Hannah Gjerde, Los Osos, Sr.
The UC San Diego signee made first-team All-Baseline League after scoring four goals and getting three assists for a Los Osos team that reached the second round of the CIF Division 1 playoffs.

M — Emma Martinez, Kaiser, Sr.
The versatile first-team All-Sunkist League selection’s strength is her defense, but Martinez also was very effective on offense with 11 goals this season.

M — Lauren Gray, Colony, Sr.
The first-team All-Mt. Baldy League selection played midfield and forward. She had 16 goals and six assists for the Titans, who finished second in league.

D — Stacey Huddleston, Etiwanda, Jr.
The Baseline League co-MVP contributed to five shutouts for an Etiwanda team that finished third in the Baseline League.

D — Tara Struiksma, Ontario Christian, So.
The second-team All-CIF and first-team All-Christian League selection was an offensive force on defense. She had two goals and 16 assists for the Division 6 semifinalists.

D — Katie Weitz, Ayala, Sr.
The Division 2 third-team All-CIF and first-team All-Sierra League selection contributed to 12 shutouts and had two assists for the league champions who reached the CIF quarterfinals.

GK — Katie Rice, Montclair, Sr.
The Mt. Baldy League MVP had a goals-against average of .753 for the league champs. She had a role in 10 shutouts and had 167 saves on the season.

F — Laura McGrail, Los Osos, Jr.
F — Ashley Dummar, Claremont
F — Ifeoma Onumonu, Los Osos, So.
M — Tayler Franklin, Upland, Sr.
M — Shannon Kent, St. Lucy’s, So.
M — Maria Navarro, Ontario, So.
M — Alex Estrada, Ontario Christian, Sr.
D — Morgan Brown, Ayala, Fr.
D — Aryn Alex, Rancho Cucamonga, Jr.
D — Joy Shiba, Chino Hills, Jr.
GK — Alicen Wright, Ayala, Jr.

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  • Laurie Gray

    Lauren Gray, granddaughter extraordinaire! Way to go, Lauren. Gramma in Gardnerville, NV